Many government office buildings are kept too cold in the summer, and too hot in the winter. It is not uncommon to see employees in sweaters in federal offices in the summer. This not only uses excessive energy, but sets a bad example for the general public. All agencies would save significant overhead costs for utilities by adjusting building temperatures a few degrees warmer in the summer (encouraging wearing short sleeves), and a few degrees colder in the winter (encourage wearing sweaters). I have personally adjusted my home temperature as such and achieved notable reductions in energy consumption.
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